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SALES AND RELATIONSHIP MANAGER - CONSTRUCTION

The Apex Steel Group began in Mombasa in 1971, relocating its head offices to Nairobi, Kenya in 1992. Apex Steel has market leading manufactured products in Kenya, with distribution rights on other products such as:
Wavin Plastics. www.wavin.com
Zinga Paints. www.zinga-usa.com.

2014 will see an expansion drive. The Apex Steel Branch in Uganda will act as a Steel, General Building Materials Import Trader and Manufacturer. The Sales and Relationship Manager involves developing new business opportunities, maintaining long standing relationship and maintaining a pulse on market trends in this fast evolving market.

In Detail:

Sales:
  • Meet and exceed sales targets for the branch and respective categories
  • Drive & motivate the commercial team to meet individual targets
  • Leverage growth opportunities & have a real-time track of competition
  • Maintain contact and soft relationships with customers and suppliers
  • Direct and coordinate counter and external sales efforts.
  • Assist in account development and new market opportunities.
  • Build a network of key players/developers/contractors within the local market.
Branch Involvement.
  • Work with the team to promote ‘Brand Apex’ in Uganda.
  • Manage resources and lead by example.
  • Work with staff; mentor; coach and develop resources for successful execution of branch objectives aligned to the overall organizational goal.
  • Manage inventory levels in liaison with the supply chain team and based on customer requirements; market forecasts and established min/max levels.
It is important to demonstrate a background in construction or building materials or import/trade industries within Uganda.

Email sam@rtsgp.com with a CV and Introduction. We would like to interview in January/February.

www.apex-steel.com.

Desired Skills and Experience

Essential: Sales, Business Development, Product Development Experience in either Steel, Metals, Construction, Plastics, Hardware, Power Tools and Heavy Plant Industries.
  • The person needs to possess strong leadership qualities and a solid sales acumen.
  • Being customer centric and people oriented.
  • A motivated mentor - track record of up skilling staff, empowering and motivating.
  • Experience of range selling. 
  • Would enjoy getting to know the local network.

Essential: Currently Living in Uganda, or with past experience.

Gas Production Manager at ContourGlobal - Kibuye

The Gas production Manager is responsible for direct supervision and management of the day-to-day operations of the barge fleet. Essential functions include, but are not limited to, managing the barge workforce, regulatory and safety compliance, maximizing equipment utilization, providing backup support to barge staff, and responding to emergencies.
The Gas production Manager will be in charge of following activities:
  • Supervise and monitor efficiency and performance
  • Supervise the Barge team (Barge Supervisor, Operations Senior Technicians and Operation Gas Equipment Technicians) and help with annual training of the barge workforce
  • Supervise and monitor planned and unplanned repairs on the barge fleet working within established budgets and time frames
  • Schedule and oversee all regulatory inspections, then address and correct any issues arising from inspections
  • Implement and ensure that all company policies are respected
  • Assist with the development and management of planned maintenance budgets for the barge
  • Ensure successful compliance with administrative rules regarding barge operation regulations
  • Ensure compliance with company health & safety standards regarding barge operations and personnel
  • Monitor all environmental regulatory issues and keep Plant Director advised
  • Work closely with Operations, Maintenance and HSE Managers
  • Acting as Emergency team leader on the barge

Desired Skills and Experience

  • Master’s degree in Engineering or equivalent experience, with 10 plus years of experience in various field of activities related to operation and management of Gas Production and treatment platforms (power generation and/or oil and gas experiences)
  • Valid offshore emergency rescue certificate (BOSIET or HUET certificate or equivalent)
  • Must have previous solid 7 years working experience on FPSO, FSO or Barge as a Production/Maintenance team leader
  • Process engineering experience working on offshore facility as a team leader.
  • Must be familiar with at least 1 SCADA software and PDMS (Plant Design Management System)
  • Must have PTW, Isolation and LOTO training
  • Be a team leader for Offshore Emergency Response and able to coordinate events and mobilize resources during emergency.
  • Previous experience in the Central Control Room CCR or MCC will be an advantage.
  • Be familiar with Wash Water Towers, Screw Type Compressors, Gas separator, heavy Marine Diesel Engines, export Pipe Line, Ballast tanks, Bilge Pumps equipment, etc. and operation.
  • The candidate should be a good team leader and his technical experience and skill has to be in the mechanical or electrical area (chemical is also appreciated).
  • Be used to working in remote parts of Africa at operation sites of power generation and having the resourcefulness to adapt to ever changing job requirements and conditions
  • Familiar with contractor health and safety standards and the ability to enforce company H&S standards as well as environmental management plans as required providing a safe and healthy work site
  • Proven problem solving skills and ability to analyze project related documents
  • Good verbal and written communication skills and ability to utilize proficiently, Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel, MS Project, and Power Point
  • Ability to work as a team leader on an industrial plant, platform/barge
  • English fluency
For more information, please visit: http://www.ContourGlobal.com/
Please send resumes to: Careers@ContourGlobal.com

Operation Health, Safety and Environment Manager

As the Operations HSE Manager, you will be responsible for all HSE activities of the power plant (onshore) and gas extraction facility (offshore) operations – including commissioning phase. You will work in close relation with the Project Director, Operations Manager (power plant) and Barge/Gas Production Manager (gas extraction facility). You will administer and implement companywide safety and environmental programs at the project level and ensure compliance with the company HSE management system, relevant procedures, local legislation and other internal or external requirements.

Your responsibilities include the following - other related duties may be assigned as appropriate.

  • Ensure conformance with ContourGlobal global environment, social and safety policies and standards and identify, develop and implement new or additional programs for Kivuwatt to improve HSE performance.
  • Review OHS plans and ensure they are implemented. This will include unscheduled site audits (coordinating, if necessary, with the Chief Health & Safety Officer Africa), inspections, investigations and all other safety activities, and ensuring that gaps identified are properly documented and corrected
  • Provide guidance to site personnel  with safety briefings and toolbox talks
  • Develop and conduct HSE training for various workgroups, including evaluation and modification of programs to meet local legislative requirements (including but not limited to Emergency Response, Safety Inductions, Risk Assessments, Safe Working procedures, Permit to Work system, etc.)
  • Participate in the organization (specification, selection) of contracted works and monitor contractor activities and performance as per ContourGlobal Contractor Management Guidelines. Especially, monitor commissioning activities and contractor performance, to ensure that appropriate control measures are being implemented and are effective.
  • Review and develop appropriate risk assessment and emergency response plan for onshore and offshore commissioning and operations.
  • Implement and maintain the Social & Environmental Management System (SEMS) including any periodic audits, reviews and amendments.
  • Prepare and issue environmental reports to the Rwandan Environment Management Agency as required by Rwandan environmental law (with the support of the Environmental Manager).
  • Ensure delivery of environmental training to personnel within the project team.
  • Review method statements for environmental aspects and advise of any suggested improvements prior to work starting.
  • Monitor operations activities and performance to ensure that appropriate environmental control measures are being implemented and are effective and ensure compliance with the EMMP.
  • Support the Country Manager with preparation, issuing and implementation of the Lake Monitoring Plan (including assuring Lake's stability), the Fisheries Plan, the implementation of the ARAP, the Community Development Plan, the HIV/AIDs framework and Ambient Air Quality monitoring plan. Support the Project Director in preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual EHSSP reports to Lenders and MIGA in an extent as required
  • Support in writing the post construction project EHSSP report
  • Work closely with the Social Responsibility function and local team on community relation activities and provide support when needed
  • Report promptly and effectively all HSE issues on the ContourGlobal internal reporting system (currently Intelex).
  • Lead on incident investigations, ensuring root causes are properly identified and corrective/ preventive action plan defined
  • Prepare and review the project OHS scorecard
  • Prepare and communicate H&S monthly reports
  • Ensure that all HSE communications and alerts are translated into local languages for dissemination.
  • Act as site custodian of all HSE documentation ensuring document storage and version control procedures are effective and identifying improvements in reporting
  • Lead and/or participate on teams with safety, environment, technical, management, and other functional teams representing the HSE function as required
  • Member of ContourGlobal H&S Working Group representing Kivuwatt project
  • Environmental Sponsor for Kivuwatt project

Desired Skills and Experience

  • Degree in Engineering, including In depth, up-to-date knowledge of relevant HSE regulations and legislation applicable
  • NEBOSH certificate or equivalent
  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in HSE managing role, including solid 7 years offshore experience, developed  in the oil & gas industry, power industry and/or construction sites
  • Must have a minimum of 4-5 years working experience on FPSO, FSO or Barge as HSE Engineer for oil and gas producing vessel.
  • Process safety experience working on offshore facility.
  • Must have valid BOSIET Offshore Certificate with current Offshore Medical Certificates
  • Preferably have a training on Incident Investigation, root cause analysis and HSE Auditor certificate
  • Must have PTW, Isolation and LOTO training and experience
  • Team leader for emergency response on an offshore facility preferable a producing vessel.
  • Knowledge of power plant processes with relevant experience in a high hazard, high impacts utilities environment
  • Knowledge of offshore operations in oil & gas industry with relevant experience on gas extraction processes
  • Valid offshore emergency rescue certificate (BOSIET or HUET certificate or equivalent)
  • Be an experienced manager of people in both direct and indirect situations with excellent delegation and team leading skills
  • Leadership ability, strong management skills and organizational skills, particularly in terms of planning
  • Excellent communication (written, verbal and presentational situations) and personnel motivation skills.
  • English Fluency
For more information, please visit: http://www.ContourGlobal.com/
Please send resumes to: Careers@ContourGlobal.com

Well Engineering Graduate Programme

Reference Number
GRAD0002

Well Engineering Graduate Programme

Country
Brazil, United Kingdom, Norway, Tanzania
City
Various
Function/Discipline
Graduate
Employment Category
Graduate
This role is offered on local conditions
Working Hours
Standard hours apply
Full/Part-Time
Full Time
Number of Roles Available
20
Salary
Excellent salary & benefits package

Position Summary

Well Engineering encompasses design, construction and down-hole maintenance of oil and gas wells, across exploration and production. You can expect to be involved in work across diverse projects, from drilling exploration wells in deep water or high temperature high-pressure wells in the North Sea, to onshore drilling in Australia.

Well Engineers are an integral part of BG Group; from discipline engineering experts and commercial managers, to project directors and plant operation specialists. As a Well Engineer you are an integral part of our company, with the opportunity to grow your international career in many directions.

Our IGDP has been designed to provide you with a structured development framework and placements that will stretch and develop your technical competencies. To support you in achieving this you can expect exposure to and contact with all levels of our Well Engineering community.

Taking on this challenge, you’ll be a part of our ever-growing organisation. This is your chance to work at a rapidly growing business with real challenges, real rewards and a very real opportunity to progress your international career.

Key Accountabilities

Well Engineering has a structured development programme, designed to build technical competencies across multiple areas. You will be expected to complete this programme by attending off-site and self-study courses, culminating in an exam at the end of the 2 year IGDP. The Well Engineering programme is accredited by the IMechE. 

Whilst on the IGDP you will complete placements to help develop and build on a range of skills, behaviours and technical competencies. Experience across practical field work will cover Drilling, Completions, Interventions, Well Services and Well Planning. On field placements you can expect to experience differing locations and rig types including offshore, land based, deep water, High Pressure High Temperature, conventional and unconventional environments. 

Every individual has a duty to both themselves and those around them to ensure that safe practice is adhered to at all times. In addition to any specific accountability for health, safety, security and the environment, all employees are accountable for ensuring that they take care of themselves and adopt exemplary safe behaviours.

Unique Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Attribute

Minimum qualification: 2:1 Bachelors Degree
Preferred qualification: Masters degree or equivalent 
Subjects: Mechanical, Aeronautical, Petroleum, Chemical/Process, Mining Engineering 

Just as important as your academic qualifications, however, will be the personal, professional and business skills you bring. 

• You will need to exhibit strong collaborative behaviours and the confidence to lead cross-functional teams to drive the best business outcomes for BG.
• You will need to demonstrate commercial edge, and at the same time, a strong ethical awareness. 
• You will need to be highly organised, managing a challenging workload and employing an analytical approach.
• You will need a keen eye for detail and must be comfortable writing reports and giving presentations. 
• Fluency in English is a must; given that we are a global business a second or third language is highly desirable.

Since at least one or more of your placements will be based overseas, you must be prepared to live and work away from home for extended periods. You must also have the confidence, influence, and cultural sensitivity to make the most of this opportunity. You are expected to build internal and external networks amongst peers and BG colleagues across functions and countries

Additional Information for External Candidates

BG Group values diversity and is committed to equal opportunities; applications are welcome from all suitably qualified candidates.
 
Please note that for applicants to Australia, you will be applying to the 2014 International Graduate Development Programme. 

Please note that after the closing date you will no longer be able to apply for the vacancy. The specific time of closing is midnight UK time on the date displayed. BG Group also reserves the right to close vacancies prior to the advertised closing date without prior notice.

Organizational Development Manager

Organizational Development Manager (2-year renewable contract)

IITA is an international non-profit agricultural research-for-development (R4D) organization established in 1967, governed by a Board of Trustees, and a member of the CGIAR Consortium. Our R4D approach is anchored on the development needs of tropical nations. We work with partners to enhance crop quality and productivity, reduce producer and consumer risks, and generate wealth from agriculture. We have more than 100 internationally recruited scientists from about 35 countries and 900 nationally recruited staff based in various stations across Africa. Please visit http://www.iita.org/ for more information on IITA
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture seeks suitable candidates for the positions below at the Institute’s Headquarters in Ibadan.
Duties
Successful candidate will:
  • Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the 10-year HR strategy.
  • Perform advanced, specialized duties in organizational development Responsible for providing high-level advisory support in the administration of human resources program.
  • Develop and administers various human resources plans and procedures for NRS. Evaluates reports, recommends new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of services performed.
  • Assist in the planning and organizing of assigned program or section area.  Prepare and maintain special internal and external reports as requested by immediate supervisor.  
  • Assist with developing, coordinating and recommending changes for the improvement of workflow in HR.
  • Identify/incorporate best practices and lessons learned into program plans.
  • Provide a broad range of HR consultative services to all levels of NRS.
  • Facilitate HR learning sessions for all NRS.
  • Design and develop HR training programs for management and staff in coordination with the Training unit. Develop and maintain instructional programs.
  • Make assessments of effectiveness of training in terms of staff accomplishments and performance.
  • Train staff on Human Resources issues and practices. Presents course materials.
  • Support the development of technical documents, abstracts, presentations, and other reports documenting the achievements, lessons learned, and other findings related to the teambuilding activities
  • Assist with the provision of expert facilitation and coaching to supervisors and managers regarding OD methods and tools
  • Provide guidance and leadership to team regarding strategies for improving workforce effectiveness, retention, development and growth
  • Provide an effective learning intervention strategies on organizational effectiveness
Qualification and Experience
  • Minimum of Masters Degree in Human Resources Management (HR).
  • Associate membership of CIPM compulsory.
  • At least 8 years relevant working experience in relevant management experience in Organisation Development and Training background essential.
  • Working experience in multicultural and multidisciplinary teams and environments desirable.
  • Candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills; display maturity and interpersonal skills, be patience and have high stress tolerance.
  • Proficiency in the use of computers, quick at analyzing issues and proffering quality solution and be able to handle confidential issues.
Remuneration:
We offer highly competitive salary with equally attractive fringe benefits and excellent working conditions in a pleasant campus environment.
Method of application:
Interested applicants should forward their applications with detailed curriculum vitae saved with their names in Microsoft word format to IITA website no later than Two Weeks from the date of this publication. The application must include the names and e-mail addresses of three professional referees which must include either the Head of applicant’s current or previous organization or applicant’s direct Supervisor/Superior officer at work and evidence of current remuneration package.
Please complete our online application form using this link: http://www.iita.org/nrs-online-application.
IITA is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes applications from female candidates.

Key Experts For The Project "TAProgramme To Various EIB Financial Sector Operations In East And Central Africa"

Project:
Technical Assistance Programme to various EIB Financial Sector Operations in East and Central Africa

Project Description:
The Contractor will implement the TA Programme’s Four Components supporting the EIB’s Facilities in the target countries via mentoring, training and consultancy services to  FIs and Final Borrowers.
Long Term Experts (LTE) will act as in-situ TA project managers, coordinators and implementers as may be required, and in function of their technical capabilities. LTEs will provide regular project management and TA impact reporting to the EIB (via the Contractor’s back-stoppers) on the progress achieved in meeting mission targets specified in the TOR.
LTEs will:
  • Deliver targeted TA to FIs .
  • Identify FI’s TA needs (training and consulting actions), draft Terms of Reference (TORs) to mobilise STEs to deliver the requisite TA, and supervise the quality of deliverables.
  • Liaise with FIs and relevant industry associations to organise a series of outreach events and mobilise specialised M/SME and Microfinance STEs to raise awareness of the EIB Facilities, their eligibility criteria, and provide training to assist them in formulating loan requests.
The Team Leader (TL) will be responsible for coordinating and validating TA initiatives with the FIs and Final Borrowers, mobilising TA initiatives with LTE and Short Term Experts (STE), coordinating them, and collating mission briefs and deliverables reports for inclusion into Project Reports (Section 7.1) to be delivered to the EIB. The TL may be called upon to deliver inputs into Components 1-4 as may be needed and in function of technical competencies.
The Deputy Team Leader (DTL) will supplant the TL in coordinating and validating TA initiatives with FIs and Final Borrowers, mobilising TA initiatives with LTEs and STEs, coordinating LTEs and STEs, and collating mission briefs and deliverables reports for inclusion into Project Reports (Section 7. 1) to be delivered to the EIB. The DTL may also be called upon to deliver inputs into Components 1-4 as may be needed and in function of technical competencies. The DTL will second the TL during the TLs absences.
The Key Experts (KE) will deliver individual targeted actions (training / consultancy / outreach actions coordination) within the TOR and Inception Report framework, and be monitored by the TL / DTL.
The short-term experts will second and support the key experts in their targeted actions within the TOR and Inception Report framework, and assist them in document compilation, delivery, and target Country logistical support.

Qualifications and Experience:

Key Expert 1 - Team Leader

KE1 shall be responsible for the delivery of all services and deliverables under this contract. KE1 will supervise the team mobilised for the production of deliverables under the Four Components, ensure quality management, and timely corrective action as required. KE1 will be a full time position; KE 1 may also be called upon to provide training and mentoring support for the EIB’s PEFF Allocation Process under Component 1.
Qualification and Skills:
University degree, preferably in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Banking, or related field or equivalent professional experience. KE1 should preferably be a Credit Training Graduate from a commercial bank’s credit training and management induction programme. Speak/write English with native level proficiency.
General Professional Experience:
Good management skills, preferably in the financial and credit analysis function in a credit department / corporate lending department of a commercial bank with a minimum of 10 years in management.
Good writing skills. Ability to use the advanced functions of word to create reports and excel to create customised spreadsheets for financial analysis purposes and database management reporting purposes.
Specific Professional Experience:
Minimum of 10 years professional experience within a commercial bank, with specific focus on financial analysis and corporate / SME lending, NPL management, identification of key lending risks, and participation in the drafting of loan contracts to mitigate and control identified risks. The team leader should have relevant experience in technical assistance programmes for financial sector development outside the EU.
Good analytical skills in economic and SME project finance planning and implementation (market and financial analysis risk analysis techniques, and ability to implement computer based models to analyse balance sheets, calculate key financial ratios, and make proactive recommendations in drafting loan documentation and security arrangements).
Practical experience and proven track record in organising and delivering professional bank training programmes and development of curricula and training materials.
Together, the TL and DTL / KE should be able to cover all the requisite training topics identified in section 4.2.2. They should be able to provide proof that they have successfully delivered such training programmes (or Regional banks / developing markets in the case of regional experts), as well as developed the supporting training materials.
KE1 should also have the necessary computer skills to assist in the production of a loan exposure tracking database and management information report and excel training programme attendance / performance database and performance monitoring reports for EIB reporting.

Key Expert 2 - Deputy Team Leader / Senior Training Consultant

KE2, the DTL, is a full time position based in Tanzania and assures TL functions during absence of the TL. The Deputy Team Leader works as a consultant-trainer, and diagnoses needs in the FIBs and drafts TOR to mobilise STEs and quality control their deliverables.
KE2 may also be called upon to provide training and mentoring support for the EIB’s GL Allocation Processing under Component 1. The Deputy Team Leader is also a focal point for MSME Support Actions. The DTL should have relevant experience in delivery of M/SME support programmes.
KE2 will be in charge of preparing training sessions and/or mobilising STEs to that effect within the geographic zones / Financial Intermediaries under his remit. Responsibilities include drafting Training TOR, quality management control, training evaluation, guidance to trainees, reporting the obtained attendance, performance, satisfaction, and other indices relating to the functioning of the in situ training programme or consulting actions delivered.
The reporting is to enable project progress monitoring of results and impacts achieved.
The following qualifications, skills, and experience are required:
Qualification and Skills:
University degree, preferably in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Banking, or related field; or equivalent professional experience.  Speak/write English with native level proficiency.
General Professional Experience:
Good management skills, preferably in the financial and credit analysis function in a credit department / corporate lending department of a commercial bank, or a consulting firm specialising in MSME capacity building activities with a minimum of 8 years in management.
Experience in organising events for MSMEs in order to promote microfinance or commercial bank lending facilities. Track record in managing MSME capacity building activities aimed at raising the level of financial literacy, improving managerial capacity and building entrepreneurship skills of MSMEs in order to help them present bankable projects to FIs.
Good writing skills as well as ability to use the advanced functions of word to create reports and excel to create customised spreadsheets for financial analysis purposes and database management reporting purposes.
Specific Professional Experience:
Experience in commercial lending experience should preferably focus on lending to the corporate and SME sector. The expert should be familiar with the microfinance sector.
Good analytical skills in economic and SME project finance planning and implementation (market and financial analysis risk analysis techniques, and ability to implement computer based models to analyse balance sheets, calculate key financial ratios, and make proactive recommendations in drafting loan documentation and security arrangements).
Practical experience and proven track record in organising and delivering professional bank/ MSME training programmes and development of curricula and training materials.
Good analytical skills in economic and SME project finance planning and implementation, fully conversant with market and financial analysis risk analysis techniques, and ability to implement computer based models to analyse balance sheets and calculate key financial ratios for lending analysis.
Together, the Team Leader and Deputy Team Leader should be able to cover all the requisite training topics identified in section 4.2.2. They should be able to provide proof that they have successfully delivered such training programmes either inside or outside the EU, as well as developed the supporting training materials.

Key Experts 3 and 4 - Senior Bank Training Consultant

KE3 and KE4 are full time positions and based in Kenya and Uganda.
KE3 and KE4 works as a consultant-trainer, and diagnoses needs in the Financial Intermediaries and drafts TORs to mobilise short-term experts and quality control their deliverables. KE3 and KE4 will primarily be involved with microfinance institutions, and microfinance/small business departments of commercial banks, but also with other FIs, according to the needs and internal organisation of work among consultants.
KE3 and KE4 may also be called upon to provide training and mentoring support for the EIB’s global loan Allocation Processing under Component 1.
KE3 and KE4, together with Key Expert 1, designs, coordinates, and implements Component 1 TA and Component 2 Consultant Actions for MFIs/ microfinance departments of commercial banks, and monitor Component 3 M/SME Support Actions and Outreach Events.
KE3 and KE4 will be in charge of preparing training sessions and/or mobilising STEs to that effect within the geographic zones / Financial Intermediaries under his remit. Responsibilities include drafting Training TOR, quality management control, training evaluation, guidance to trainees, reporting the obtained attendance, performance, satisfaction, and other indices relating to the functioning of the in situ training programme or consulting actions delivered.
The reporting is to enable project progress monitoring of results and impacts achieved.
The following qualifications, skills, and experience are required:
Qualification and Skills:
University degree, preferably in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Banking, or related field or equivalent professional experience. KE3 and KE4 should have management or operational credit management experience from a microfinance institution/ small business bank of minimum 5 years.
General Professional Experience:
Good management skills, preferably in the financial and credit analysis function in a credit department / corporate lending department of a microfinance institution with a minimum of 5 years in management.
Good writing skills.
Ability to use the advanced functions of word to create reports and excel to create customised spreadsheets for financial analysis purposes and database management reporting purposes.
Specific Professional Experience:
Minimum of 5 years professional experience within a microfinance provider/ small business bank, with specific focus on financial analysis and micro and small business lending, non-performing loan management, identification of key lending risks, and participation in the drafting of loan contracts to mitigate and control identified risks.
Good analytical skills in economic and M/ MSE project finance planning and implementation (market and financial analysis risk analysis techniques, and ability to implement computer based models to analyse balance sheets, calculate key financial ratios, and make proactive recommendations in drafting loan documentation and security arrangements).
Practical experience and proven track record in organising and delivering professional bank training programmes and development of curricula and training materials.
Good analytical skills in economic and MSE project finance planning and implementation, fully conversant with market and financial analysis risk analysis techniques, and ability to implement computer based models to analyse balance sheets and calculate key financial ratios for lending analysis.
Together, the Team Leader and Key Expert 3 or 4 should be able to cover all the requisite training topics identified in section 4.2.2. They should be able to provide proof that they have successfully delivered such training programmes in EU banks as well as developing markets, as well as developed the supporting training materials.

Key Expert 5 - Senior Bank Training Consultant

KE5 will be initially an intermittent and rotating position to cater for TA needs in Rwanda. KE5 is therefore a part-time position.
Qualification and Skills:
University degree, preferably in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Banking, or related field or equivalent professional experience. KE1 should preferably be a Credit Training Graduate from a commercial bank’s credit training and management induction programme. Speak/write English with native level proficiency.
General Professional Experience:
Good management skills, preferably in the financial and credit analysis function in a credit department / corporate lending department of a commercial bank with a minimum of 10 years in management.
Good writing skills. Ability to use the advanced functions of word to create reports and excel to create customised spreadsheets for financial analysis purposes and database management reporting purposes.
Specific Professional Experience:
Minimum of 10 years professional experience within a commercial bank, with specific focus on financial analysis and corporate / SME lending, NPL management, identification of key lending risks, and participation in the drafting of loan contracts to mitigate and control identified risks. The team leader should have relevant experience in technical assistance programmes for financial sector development outside the EU.
Good analytical skills in economic and SME project finance planning and implementation (market and financial analysis risk analysis techniques, and ability to implement computer based models to analyse balance sheets, calculate key financial ratios, and make proactive recommendations in drafting loan documentation and security arrangements).
Practical experience and proven track record in organising and delivering professional bank training programmes and development of curricula and training materials.
Together, the TL and DTL / KE should be able to cover all the requisite training topics identified in section 4.2.2. They should be able to provide proof that they have successfully delivered such training programmes (or Regional banks / developing markets in the case of regional experts), as well as developed the supporting training materials.
KE1 should also have the necessary computer skills to assist in the production of a loan exposure tracking database and management information report and excel training programme attendance / performance database and performance monitoring reports for EIB reporting.

Duration and Location of Assignment:
The TA Action to support EIBs Lending operations in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and, at a later stage, Burundi, DRC and Djibouti deploying a full time team in Nairobi and satellite operation in Tanzania and Uganda with piloting remote control TA operation in Rwanda for duration of 3 years.

Date of Commencement:
The intended commencement date is 5 May 2014

Project Status:
Tendering

Deadline for Application:
15 January 2014

Contact:
Candidates interested are invited to submit their Curriculum Vitae to: hr-manager@integration.org
Please note that because of the high number of applications expected only short-listed candidates will contacted. Thank you for your understanding.
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